If you’re like most people with lots of sewing projects to finish, you want the best way to do things, but also the quickest and easiest way too. Tara Rex shares a few sewing tips on how she saves some time finishing edges on a quick pillow project. Tara shows how she finished the edges of a fabric first before she even cuts what she needs for the pillow back. This way, after you finish your pillow front you can simply cut the fabric in half, overlap the finished edges and stitch your pillow together. You can use the fabric at the finished width, or trim it down for use on something smaller.
Whether you already have a baby, have one on the way or know someone who does, there are many things you can sew for the new addition. Stacy Grissom shows you how to sew your own baby pacifier clips in a few simple steps. Supplies To make your own baby pacifier clips you only needWatch Now >>
Threading a serger is never any fun, no matter how experienced of a sewer you may be. Aurora Sisneros walks us through her way of completing this tedious task and make it a bit easier, and less time consuming. This helpful trick can make a sewer’s life much easier! Watch and learn today how threadingWatch Now >>
Wool is a great fabric to use for projects like pillows, blankets and other home decor. It can also be used to create wonderful garments and outerwear, however it can tend to have rather bulky seams. Nicki LaFoille shows you some easy seam finishes to use on your next project that reduce bulk when sewingWatch Now >>
Sewing bookmarks can be a great quick and easy gift idea to give either with a book or by itself. See how to make two different styles of bookmarks using felt and cotton fabric- Ashley Hough shows you how. Supplies and Construction Sewing bookmarks doesn’t require a lot of fabric and is a fun ideaWatch Now >>